MADISON - The Badgers dipped in the Golden State and secured a commitment from under-the-radar West Hills (CA) Chaminade College Prep senior wide receiver Brandyn Lee over the summer. Several months later, Wisconsin has held onto him and got the talented wide out on campus for an official visit, which solidified his commitment and evaporated any doubt he might have still had lingering with him.
“My official visit was wonderful,” Lee told BadgerNation. “I got to see the campus and college life in person. I got to see the players and coaches in action, which was really cool. After taking my official, I feel even better that I committed to such a magnificent community and environment. My official confirmed my decision to go there.
“I got to talk to Coach Chad (Kauha’aha’a), who recruited me, Coach (Chris) Beatty and Coach (Gary) Andersen. I have a great relationship with Coach Chad. We talk a lot about school and sports. The coaches told me how great of an education and college football experience I will be getting. They explained how I will successful on the field and in school, which was good.”
The 6-0, 185-pound Lee, who ranks as the No. 147 wide receiver in the nation and a three-star by Scout, talks about the highlight of his trip and how eager he is to play in Camp Randall next year.
“My favorite part of the trip was going into the locker room after game and seeing the players and coaches celebrate after the great win,” said Lee. "It was cold, but I got used to it after a while. The atmosphere in the stadium was exciting with the student section and fans. I’m just fired up to play and help bring another Rose Bowl trophy to the school.”